Saddleback College Inter-Club Council met with club treasurers on Tuesday, Jan. 13, to discuss funding, raising awareness, and registration for student clubs.
They handed out Intent to be Active forms, required to be completed every quarter in order to be registered with the school, as well as Survival Guides for Club Treasurers. Students who want to start a new a club are required to fill out the registration form as soon as possible. Forms and information are available at the Student Development Center.
The Associated Student Government and the ICC held Club Rush on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the quad between the SSC and BGS buildings. The event included a booth-decorating content with the theme of “I Have A Dream,” in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The top three winners were awarded cash prizes to apply towards that particular club’s budget.
The ASG also broadcast the presidential inauguration on Tuesday and screened powerful footage from the human rights movement of the ’60s.”
Students can reach out to those who have physical or developmental disabilities by joining the SuperFriends club at Saddleback Lanes on Thursday, Jan. 29. at 4 p.m. Bowling and shoes are only $5 and there will be free pizza to share with new friends. Further information is available by contacting Tess Esquivel by e-mail at email@example.com or by cell or text message to 949-547-8935.
All the clubs have activities planned for interested students. Whether volunteering, going on hikes or playing chess, all desires will be met by signing up for a club, for example: The Wilderness Adventure Club, Animal Club, Free Thinkers and Atheists Club, Anthropology Club, Christian Students Club, and Appreciation of Pilipino-American Culture, Chess Club, Roller Hockey, Geology, Cinema, Democrats, SuperFriends, and so many more. There are clubs specific to honor students, Alpha Gamma Sigma and Phi Theta Kappa.